Tropical holidays are so overrated — take a trip to a stunning Nordic wonderland instead! The Arctic Hideaway in Nordland is an incredible collection of tiny houses that provides a one-of-a-kind vacation destination.
Artist Sam Cox, better known by his professional title, Mr. Doodle, has created his most extensive and most immersive project to date: The Doodle House.
Being an Academy Award-winning actor isn’t enough for the famous Brad Pitt. He’s now established himself as a sculptor. Pitt’s artwork recently debuted in a group show titled “WE” at Tampere, Finland’s Sara Hildén Art Museum.
When most people think of living in caves, they think of prehistoric folks who didn’t have another option. However, did you know that some individuals still live in caves today by choice?
When you were a child, there was nothing quite like spending the night in a treehouse. Now, thanks to the TreeHouse Point hotel and event center, you can have this experience as an adult — with some luxury amenities thrown into the mix.
If you want to enjoy an amazing and eco-friendly attraction while traveling, head to Vieques, Puerto Rico. Vieques is home to Mosquito Bay, the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world. Mosquito Bay is best known for its fascinating, glow-in-the-dark appearance. What makes it glow? Tiny, single-celled organisms known as dinoflagellates.
Most people associate flowers with soft, feminine bouquets and sculptures with intricate stone carvings. However, South African artist Shannon Clegg is combining the two in her new series, “Bouquet.”
Few Halloween-themed structures compare to the famous Hocus Pocus cottage, which housed the legendary Sanderson Sisters. Luckily, Airbnb is offering guests a chance to stay at a recreated version of this intriguing little house.
Anna Sorokin — the subject of Netflix’s “Inventing Anna” — is now a successful artist selling lithograph prints of her work. Delvey has inspired far more than a hit streaming show in the last year. The recently released from prison Russian-born con woman also inspired a collection of artists who came together earlier this year to create work for the exhibition “Free Anna Delvey.”
Travelers from across the globe agree that the autumn in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is unparalleled. The weather is still warm from September to November, but you can stand outside for more than five minutes without sweating through your shirt! If you need something to do during your autumn Albuquerque visit, attend the International Balloon Fiesta.